Pigmentary Disorders


Ordinary skin tone relies upon melanin, hemoglobin (oxidized and decreased), and carotenoids. Melanin is the significant shading determinant and is liable for varieties in skin tone. Pigmentary issues ordinarily exhibit an extended proportion of melanin, inciting hazier shade of the skin, called hypermelanosis or hyperpigmentation . Decreased or absent pigment makes the skin appear lighter or white, known as hypomelanosis or hypopigmentation . The disorders can be genetic or acquired.



 


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